Celebrities and followers of the punk band The Buzzcocks took to Twitter at the moment to share sort phrases about entrance man Pete Shelley, who died on Thursday (Dec. 6) from a suspected coronary heart assault.
"It's with nice unhappiness that we verify the demise of Pete Shelley, one of many UK's most influential and prolific songwriters and co-founder of the seminal authentic punk band," The Buzzcocks wrote on the official Twitter account.
Former Sex Pistols guitarist Glen Matlock additionally shared sympathetic phrases concerning the late singer. "I’m completely shocked and saddened to only hear of the premature demise of Pete Shelley," Matlock wrote. "An excellent songwriter, artist and a very candy hearted man who was one of many only a few originals of punk and even a one off inside that. My deepest condolences to his household and buddies."
"Pete Shelley wrote good three minute pop songs," wrote The Charlatans' singer Tim Burgess. "The soundtrack to being a youngster. You’ll be missed Pete however you’ll be remembered for an extended very long time to your good music."
Read the heartfelt responses from celebrities under.